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Teeth for corn in yellow molars.
Green-leaved ears entwined.
Stalks of husks for backbones.
Layers wrapped in rind.

Goblins out to play.
Scarecrows in the field.
Hands with teathered grasses.
Wheat that's left to yield.

Moonlit yellow haystacks.
Straw in crooked threads.
Monsters in behind them.
Ghouls without their heads.

Pumpkins thick with pulp.
Orange and wet and ripe.
Stripes in fatty circles.
Stems bent like a pipe.

Halloween is here again.
Man puts on his armour.
Time to plow the field.
The man we know as farmer.

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  1. Date: 10/21/2013 3:51:00 PM
    you have a rare joy of makes your readers smile--even when the topic is much words seem fresh!

  1. Date: 10/15/2013 2:04:00 AM
    - A scary and exciting evening for young and old trolls, witches and zombies .... Nice to read, Trevor. - Luck in contest. - oxox // Anne-Lise :)